Nate Southard
Red Sky
July 26, 2019 Comments.. 971
Red Sky Der berfall auf eine Bank in El Paso l uft v llig aus dem Ruder und so bleibt dem Ganoven Danny Black nur die Flucht in die W ste von New Mexico auf dem R cksitz eine weibliche Geisel einen schwerver

  • Title: Red Sky
  • Author: Nate Southard
  • ISBN: 9783865521460
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Der berfall auf eine Bank in El Paso l uft v llig aus dem Ruder und so bleibt dem Ganoven Danny Black nur die Flucht in die W ste von New Mexico auf dem R cksitz eine weibliche Geisel, einen schwerverwundeten Psychopathen und dessen hysterische Freundin.Als sie in den verlassenen Fabrikhallen von Red Sky Manufacturing Schutz suchen, ahnen sie nichts von dem geheimen LebDer berfall auf eine Bank in El Paso l uft v llig aus dem Ruder und so bleibt dem Ganoven Danny Black nur die Flucht in die W ste von New Mexico auf dem R cksitz eine weibliche Geisel, einen schwerverwundeten Psychopathen und dessen hysterische Freundin.Als sie in den verlassenen Fabrikhallen von Red Sky Manufacturing Schutz suchen, ahnen sie nichts von dem geheimen Leben im W stensand um sie herum Bald umschwirren Armee Helikopter das Geb ude und er ffnen erbarmungslos das Feuer Die Soldaten tragen Gasmasken und sie haben es eilig, denn die Sonne sinkt und aus den Schatten kriecht das hungrige Grauen hervor

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    1. Daniel says:

      Short take:I dig Nate Southard's work in this book. I like his ear for dialog and that he uses the word "string" (it's been a few years since Tom Piccirilli employed that word to great effect in his "Cold" books). Southard writes good prose. He applied just enough gore to make me feel the violence in my gut. I felt like I was in capable hands while reading this book.Random thoughts:Could radiation really turn people into monstrous beings? I admit that I was disappointed that Southard went for th [...]

    2. David says:

      Als ich damals in der Vorschau des Festa Verlags schon das Cover zu RED SKY gesehen habe, war mir klar, dass ich dieses Buch lesen muss, ganz egal, um was es sich handeln wird. Diese Gasmaske, blutig und verstörend, diese Flammen in den Sichtfeldern und die staubige, verschmutzige und feurige Luft im Hintergrund versprachen einen Trip durch die Hölle. Und genau dieses Gefühl fand ich beim Lesen des Buches wieder.Nate Southards Erstlingswerk lässt sich von der allerersten Seite an flüssig un [...]

    3. Kurt Criscione says:

      Twisted story i think its even better than Like Hell, which everyone seems to to tout as the best Southard i feel he just gets better with each book and story.Bank robbery goes wrong ending in a shooting spree, wounded robbers, and a hostage on the run. They flee into the New Mexico desert and take refuge in an old abandoned factory, Red Sky Manufacturing. But its not quite abandoned, a pack of twisted mutated creatures lives within and the pack is hungry.

    4. Linda says:

      Für Danny Black könnte der Tag nicht schlechter laufen: erst vermasselt ihm ein angeheuerter Psycho seinen Banküberfall, dann landen sie auf ihrer Flucht in einer abgelegenen, verfallenen Fabrik und als wäre das nicht schon schlimm genug, scheint es dann auch noch die Armee auf sie abgesehen zu haben. Aber Danny weiß noch nicht, dass das noch das geringste Übel ist.Ohne zu Zögern wirft Nate Southard den Leser mitten ins Geschehen. Erst der verbockte Banküberfall, dann die Flucht und der [...]

    5. Ms. Nikki says:

      ************************SPOILERS**************************This character driven story had some unlikable characters. I didn't really care if they all died. To review a few:Danny- Leader of this bank-robbing gang who apologizes for the atrocities he commits, loves to get chatty with folk, and gets punked by Gina twice. I think we were supposed to feel sympathetic to this character, because the author kept showing us his soft side. A soft side get you killed or bitten by a big monkey type mutant. [...]

    6. C.M. Muller says:

      "Red Sky" is rewarding on so many levels. The story itself is simple yet ingenious, the characters likable, the monsters equally likable, and the writing spot-on. If you can get past the garish cover (which is tame compared to other Deadite Press offerings), you will be thrust into a highly enjoyable tale.The story begins with a botched bank robbery, from which the main protagonist and his crew narrowly escape. They need a place to hole up for a few days, and they make the mistake of doing so in [...]

    7. Nick says:

      Nate Southard is an author that I haven't read before. For that reason, I approached Red Sky with no real expectations. After reading the first few chapters however, I soon realized that Nate is an author that we should be seeing big things from very soon. Red Sky starts out with a bank robbery gone horribly wrong when a trigger-happy member of the gang starts shooting victims indiscriminately. This attracts a ton of unwanted attention (mainly from the local police)that results in a high speed c [...]

    8. Craig says:

      I've read a couple of Nate Southard book so far and found them both highly enjoyable so was looking forward to getting stuck into another novel by him.The story follows a group of bank robbers in the middle of a job when things go wrong and they are forced to go on the run; but in true horror fashion things only get worse. The book has plenty of action from start to finish and manages to have a good collection of varied characters which keeps things entertaining and makes you want to keep on rea [...]

    9. Nick says:

      I loved Southard's "Just Like Hell". It was a brutal, violent and emotionally crushing book. This one is more of a fun horror novel. Which is fine, I love that too. The story and setting were good. The thing that didn't work for me was the characters. They all fell kind of flat. Most were unlikable, which sometimes doesn't matter as long as they are interesting but in this case, I didn't find them to be. The last act when the monsters really kick in was pretty gorey fun. Overall it was an enjoya [...]

    10. Solar says:

      Really great book, I instantly fell in love with the characters, and therefor felt really sorry for them when bad things started happening to them. The environment the story plays in puts a nice post-apocalyptic feeling to it.I've read many books before that disappointed me, but with all the action and suspense that happened in Red Sky there was no space left for any disappointment. :) Recommending this book to anyone who is fond of zombies and agressive, radioactive mutants.

    11. Tamara says:

      5 Stars All The Way! Southard rocks out another work of reading art with RED SKY. I highly recommend this action-packed, fun with monstrous beings reading. Allow yourself to indulge in wicked word candy, but be prepared to stay for the long haul, because you won't put this book down.

    12. Joshua says:

      A brisk, decently-written paint-by-numbers entry into the 'Humans versus Mutants in Hostile Environment' sub genre. Nothing new; essentially a re-tread of The Hills Have Eyes with a hint of Descent thrown in. Characters are largely implausible and lacking in depth, but interesting enough to keep me reading until the end. Bonus points for the abandoned factory setting which, while not exactly innovative, was pretty well rendered. I will add that if I pick up and read a 'splatterpunk' novel about [...]

    13. Randy says:

      Red Sky Rocks!Very cool tale about a group of bank robbers getting stranded and falling prey to a group of mutated man made monsters. I really liked this . It's very well-written and is full of action and suspense. Nate does a great job of letting us get to know each character in the story before all hell breaks loose. This was a fun read!

    14. Sargeatm says:

      2,5 SterneRed Sky liest sich wie ein B- Action-/Horrorfilm in Buchform. Vom unmittelbaren Einstieg in einen Banküberfall, der in ein Gemetzel ausartet, bis zum Finale gibt es praktisch keine Verschnaufpause. Das ist effizient und flott geschrieben, war mir allerdings deutlich zu vorhersehbar und krankte an denselben Problemen, wie sie auch bei so vielen B- Horrorfilme vorhanden sind.Die Figuren verfügen über keinerlei Backstory, sondern sind wandelnde Klischees. Das verhindert leider dass man [...]

    15. Jürgen Eglseer says:

      Red Sky fictionfantasy/red-sky-

    16. Joseph Patchen says:

      My review can be read at lurid-lit.

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